The business model might seem discriminatory, but Alex Furmansky, the founder of the site, stands behind his site that he says is successfully making matches.He was inspired to start the website back in college, when he noticed the loudest most obnoxious guy at the bar always attracted the most attention and got all of the girls.The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft Biz Spark.If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here."This pricing model works because women know guys can't send spam," Furmansky said."Guys send fewer messages and women are more likely to respond to messages if they know they're genuine." So what do you think of Sparkology? The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft Biz Spark, a startup program that gives you three-year access to the latest Microsoft development tools, as well as connecting you to a nationwide network of investors and incubators.But a new poll finds that an extraordinary technological change has taken place over the past three years.
Many of the men already on the site studied law, medicine or business.The site has 10 employees, including four concierges, who give dating advice and help guys plan dates. The site doesn't cater to gays and lesbians, but Furmansky says the site will in the future as his company grows.They also monitor the site and respond to user feedback. The site is exclusive to New York now, but the brand plans to start up in San Francisco, Boston, Washington D. The pricing model is different than most dating sites, too.Furmansky discovered that people wanted to have find quality dating matches who were highly educated, motivated and active."The problem is the current mass market [for dating sites] is amplifying the bar scene," Furmansky said."I cant promise that every guy is going to be ambitious," Furmansky said.